Do you ever get nervous when networking? I know a lot of people get nervous going into networking events – and today I’m going to share the single, game-changing key to COMPLETELY overcoming your nervousness AND maximizing your networking to build relationships that will grow your business.
It’s an amazing tip, right? Just flips your mindset on its head and leads to all kinds of good things.
Now, I want to hear from you! Will you try out this method and see what comes of it? Have a great tip you want to share yourself? Leave us a comment (after the transcript!) and be a part of our tribe!
I know a lot of people get nervous going into networking events. And today I’m going to give you the best tip I have for eliminating that nervousness and growing your business:
Go into networking events with a HOW CAN I HELP mentality?
HELP OTHERS. This is a golden rule in business and has proven itself over and over for me.
I love it. It’s like a game. And I genuinely enjoy connecting, learning about people, building relationships and finding out how I can help others. And people love it too, so it is an easy way to win favor and stay on people’s good sides.
Imagine every woman goes to a networking event with the mentality of “how can I help everyone?” and “how can I add as much value as possible?” Imagine what we could do together!
There are all kinds of other things we could get into for successful networking, like how to approach strangers, or having the perfect elevator pitch. Or we could talk about how to meet specific, targeted people at a networking event. And we’re going to be doing free webinars on a lot of that stuff coming up so make sure you’re signed up for our newsletter so you don’t miss any of our great content.
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Now – we want to hear from you!!! So, how do you go about networking (or networking when nervous!) and what tricks do you use for successful networking? We loooooove connecting with you, so leave us a comment here on the blog. Or hit us up over on Twitter or on Facebook if that’s your jam.
Until next time!